Download digital comics for free with your library card
- Choose from over 2800 titles across a range of genres for both adults and children
- Includes Marvel, Disney, IDW, Dark Horse & Image, with fantasy, manga, horror, science fiction and superheroes galore!
- Check out as many titles as you like for 21 days each
- If you haven't finished reading a title you just need to check it out again for a further 21 days, as many times as you like
- No waiting lists - titles are always available
- Download or stream them to your tablet, smartphone, PC or laptop
How does it work?
For smartphone or tablet
Either go to Libbyapp(click on the large circle in the middle of the page at the bottom of the screen), click on 'Add a library' and select your local library and then log on with your library membership number & PIN, or you can download the free Libby app from the Apple Store or Google Play.
For Windows, Mac & Chromebook
If you have a Windows or Mac computer or a Chromebook you will need to log on at Libbyappas there isn't a separate app available for these devices.
For Kindle Fire
If you have a Kindle Fire please go to Overdriveand select the OverDrive app.
Not yet a library member? No problem - just join onlineand you can use your new digital library membership number and PIN to log on to Libby and start checking out digital magazines straight away!
If you are a member but have forgotten your PIN please go to the home page of this website, click on 'Log in' at the top of the page and then 'Forgot my PIN'. We will send you an automated email to allow you to reset your PIN. If this doesn't work please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Further help and advice is available on the Libby website and Libby app.
Information for parents
Please be aware that some of our Digital Comics & Graphic Novels may contain storylines and images that include violence, offensive language and sexual content. We do not censor any material or restrict access by age to the Digital Comics & Graphic Novels in the collection.
Customers are encouraged to use the filter tools around audience and rating to find appropriate content. Parents and carers should satisfy themselves that the titles are suitable for their child.
Information about helping children and young people stay safe online is available from Get Safe Online, a government-backed organisation providing free expert advice.